This specialization is intended for beginning programmers who want to learn how to program Unity games using C#. The first course assumes no programming experience, and throughout the 5 courses in the specialization you'll learn how to program in C# and how to use that C# knowledge to program Unity games. The C# and Unity material in the first 4 courses in the specialization is slightly more comprehensive than the content in the first 2 game programming courses at UCCS."Unity" is a trademark or registered trademark of Unity Technologies or its affiliates in the U.S. and elsewhere.The courses i
Created by: Dr. Tim Chamillard
Produced in 2018
What you will learn
- Starting to program: installing Unity and a C# console.
- Classes and objects.
- Unity 2D basics.
- Unity input.
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- The course is free and very beginner friendly. Anyone who has dreamed of developing a video game can start here.
- By focusing on a fun project, the course helps students stay enthusiastic as they begin a journey deep into computer programming and game development.
- Course does a great job of whetting appetites and priming students for further learning.
- The course does not stand alone. It is only an introduction to the 5-course series and will not teach enough by itself.
- Course brushes up against math and traditional coding. While neither are prerequisites, students with absolutely no background in either will have a harder time.
- Acquiring C# console and Unity can prove prohibitive to students who are unprepared.
Tim "Dr. T" Chamillard is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS), where he teaches game development classes and runs the Bachelor of Innovation in Game Design and Development program. He also spent 5 years as an indie game developer in a company he started with his two sons. Dr. T spent 6 years teaching at the U.S. Air Force Academy and has been teaching at UCCS since January 2003. He's the recipient of the Outstanding Military Educator in Computer Science award from the Air Force Academy and the College of Engineering and Applied Science Outstanding Teacher of the Year award from UCCS.